From September 27, 2007 to October 03, 2007
Sarat Chandra Mishra’s Public Affairs,
Governance and Management is a book
that recommends itself to us with its
simple and clear exposition and
effective style of expression.
Since its renaissance during the last
century, most of the great works in
Arabic fiction have come from Egypt
and very little from Saudi Arabia.
Scholar With A Banker's Mind
A few months back, I had the privilege
to listen to Muhammad Yunus, founder
of Grameen Bank at the Sophia College
Auditorium in Mumbai.
Thee following is an excerpt from the
book, Values Devalued: Indira to Rao,
by BP Saha, printed here with the
permission of the writer.
Why Nehru Opposed Us
and the United States: Politics of the
Sixties, by Kalyani Shankar, provides
insights into the India-US
relationship in the 1960s.
Hindu Gods In Hindi Cinema
Indian cinema is probably the most
analysed, dissected and diagonised
aspect of the country's values and
To Another Script
You can’t buy a ticket to Bollywood,”
writes Stephen Alter in his new book .
“It’s just an idea that flashes like a
The 'Wild' And The Beautiful!
In this book the reader will find
interesting research based purely on
The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of...
Dreams are a guide to our unconscious
self and not necessarily a reflection
of our repressed mind or our
A Web Of All Things Nice
Silken Web’! What an entrancing title,
so apt for the array of poems
sprouting effortlessly from the
creative landscape of the featured
The book scores because it comes up
with a story that is deeply
discussable, but it is disappointing
in the clunkiness of its writing.
To A Father Extraordinary
Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa’s son has
come up with an insightful biography
of his father.
Pirates In The Cyberworld
Copyright has always been a sprawling
mess because of the opacity of
One Hundred Years Of Glory
This book collects a variety of
articles, including the classic 1905
paper by Albert Einstein on special
Of Lost Worlds And Timeless Spaces
In 1977, the year she passed away,
Kesarbai Kerkar’s unforgettable
rendition of raga Bhairavi, “Jaat
kahan ho”, literally reached the
The ability to shape and influence the
mass media has come to be regarded as
a key aspect of modern political
A Novel Attempt
Shabari is a novel attempt by Baraguru
Ramachandrappa. Fiction based on the
lived life of a community is of great
significance to Kannada literature,
considering the times and the
Out With The Tyranny Of Secrecy
The news that the CBI has initiated
proceedings against Maj Gen V.K.Singh,
the author of the book India's
To Measure Poverty, You May Have To Go
The Nayakrishi Andolon (New
Agriculture Movement) in Bangladesh
experiments with an alternative to
Quite A Mouthful
Titles are getting longer by the day
to enable browsers to get the gist at
The laidback lifestyle and moderate
climate of the Doon Valley and its
surroundings make it the ideal
destination that it is.
To A Father Extraordinary
This is a son’s tribute to an
extraordinary father. Titled “Field
Marshal K.M. Cariappa”,
Software Quality And Car Racing
Change four tyres, add more than 80
litres fuel, tweak the car for better
efficiency, clean the windshield,
clear debris from the front grill, and
give the driver water. All in less
than 13 seconds.
Our Own Potter!
For those who have not read them it is
difficult to understand the hype and
hoopla surrounding the Harry Potter
series of books.